Everyone makes mistakes. Some can be fatal.
► Sandra Sookoo
Among reading books, I have a fondness for Manga and Japanese Light Novels. But as are books, they are a hit or miss, and it's hard to find that special read amongst all the clutter. I don't always review Manga because of how the volumes are released. I usually wait until the series is complete, because that's when the story is. Sometimes I do review a mid-way manga, if I am overly excited about it. Below are three manga's that I have recently reviewed. One is still on-going,(World Trigger) but the development of the characters, progress so well, that I had to say something.
I hope you enjoy these Reviews. If you wish to indulge in reading manga or if you wish to try it, please click on the link below.
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"The Walking Dead for teens, with ruthless witches instead of bloodthirsty zombies.” --Katie Reed, agent at Andrea Hurst & Associates
The third and final book in the Salem's Revenge series, BURN, is out! If you haven't read Brew yet, you can now read the entire trilogy without having to wait for the sequels :) If you like post-apocalyptic novels with lots of witchy twists, Salem's Revenge is the perfect series for you!
Burn (Salem's Revenge #3)
Genre: Post-apocalyptic Fantasy
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When Rhett Carter finally manages to communicate with his cursed father, he wants nothing more than to discover a way to save him. The only problem: The closer he gets to Martin Carter, the faster he'll die. To help, Laney secretly seeks out Rhett's father, embarking on a dangerous mission. Unbeknownst to her, she's followed by Bil Nez, Hex, and Grogg. Separated from Rhett, their lives sit on a knife's edge.
Meanwhile, with bloodthirsty packs of Shifters prowling around New Washington, the only hope for survival is Rhett's ability to unite the humans and magic-born. A tenuous alliance is formed: the Reaper and his Necros; the Clairvoyants; Floss and her witch hunters; and the humans. But will it be enough to defeat their enemies and restore order to a world in chaos? And will Rhett and Laney ever have the chance for a normal life, a life they both desperately want?
Or will the world BURN?
● For David Estes's (Author of Salem's Revenage Sereis) Blog Post, Click Here
The following are my lowest rated reviews.
Warning: These review contain foul language, tones, and nasty remarks. If such things offend you please don't read.
Piano prodigy Kousei Arima dominated the competition and has become famous among child musicians. After his mother, who was also his instructor, died, he had a mental breakdown while performing at a piano recital at the age of eleven. As a result, he is no longer able to hear the sound of his piano even though his hearing is perfectly fine. Two years later, Kousei hasn't touched the piano and views the world in monotone, without any flair or color. He has resigned himself to living out his life with his good friends, Tsubaki and Watari, until, one day, a girl changes everything. Kaori Miyazono, a pretty, free-spirited violinist whose playing style reflects her personality, helps Kousei return to the music world and shows that it should be free and mold breaking unlike the structured and rigid style Kousei was used to.
- synopsis form wikipedia
I know this is a manga, but to me reading is reading, and books are books no matter what forms they come in.
This is a very heart pulling story, it's one of the best I have read ( and still reading) this year. The art work is beautiful, and skilled. This story needs a chance to be heard, because there's more to it then just being another manga, click on the image for more information.
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